Dave from Forgeline explains how the 48 Hour Camaro’s 10" front and 12" Rear wheels can work, and how you can figure out what size backspace, frontspace, offset, and size you need as well as highlights the advantages of the GA3 wheels.
Everybody got a little rest last night and we are on the gas this morning. Lots of detail work today. Wiring, cooling, interior, A/C, and more wiring. We have also got the drive shaft ordered and we'll be installing the fuel system today.
|The menu from RideTech Bar & Grill||Pork Shoulder for supper tonight|
|Forgeline sexyness||Moser rear and Baer brakes|
|American PowerTrain clutch master||U.S Radiator going in|
As we get closer to the May 16th date, we have opted to run our GA3 for this build up. Going with an 18-inch diameter made sense to give the 1967 Camaro a bold presence. To back up the projected power output and fill in those big gaps under the fender, a width of 9.5 inches in the front and a staggering 12 inches for the rear were fitted. Keeping the finish subtle, the combination chosen for this setup was a matte black center with matte bronze rim shells. The GA3 will possess the lightness in weight for this vintage Camaro to improve the nimbleness of the footwork and handling while the added strength of our i-Beamed Spoke technology will promote strength to handle the performance. - FORGELINE Motorsports
For serious track use and performance, the 48 Hour Camaro will be fitted with the latest in high tech rolling stock from Forgeline wheels. Starting with a forged aluminum center these wheels will be custom made up the road in Dayton, OH and you'll be able to follow along through the entire process.